David A. Penn
Associate Professor, Economics,
Director, Business and Economic Research Center, hired 2002
Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, 1984
M.A., University of Denver, 1978
B.A., Northeastern Oklahoma State University, 1976
Primary Field: Economic Development, Technological Change, and Growth
Office BAS N214
- Kang, W., Penn, D., & Zietz, J. (in press, 2013). The Response of State Employment to Oil Price Volatility. Journal of Economics and Finance.
- Kang, W., Penn, D., & Zietz, J. (2012). A Regime-Switching Analysis of How the Economies of U.S. States Respond to Oil Price Increases. Review of Regional Studies, 41 (2), 81-101.
- Penn, D., & Zietz, J. (2010). The Development of Water Rights in Colorado: An Empirical Analysis. American Economist, 55 (2), 24-35.
- Penn, D. A. (2009). Review of The Economics of Sustainable Development, edited by Sisay Asefa. Monthly Labor Review, 132 (5), 1.
- Penn, D. A. (2008). Financial Well-Being in an Urban Setting: An Application of Multiple Imputation. Applied Economics, 41 (23), 2955-2964.
- Zietz, J., & Penn, D. A. (2008). An Unobserved Components Forecasting Model of Non-Farm Employment for the Nashville MSA. Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 38 (1), 66-75.
- Zietz, J., & Penn, D. A. (2008). The Development of Water Rights in the West. American Economist, 52 (2).
- Penn, D. A. (2007). Estimating Missing Values in the General Social Survey: An Application of Multiple Imputation. Social Science Quarterly, 88 (2), 573-584.
- Penn, D. A. (2006). What Do We Know About Oil Prices and State Economic Performance? Regional Economic Development, 2 (2), 131-139.
- Penn, D. A. (2005). Determinants of Self-Reported Financial Security for Oklahoma County Households. Oklahoma Business Bulletin.
- Penn, D. A. (2005). Economic Growth in Middle Tennessee: Can Local Public Services Keep Up? Regional Economic Development, 1 (1), 30-39.
- Penn, D. A. (2004). Review of "The Economic Approach to Law." Business Economics, 39 (4).